Incredible Video Shows Just How Liverpool "Got Back On Their Perch"
An incredible video recapping Liverpool's first Premier League title win has emerged and shown exactly how they "Got back on their perch."
Jurgen Klopp's side were confirmed champions last month and it brought an end to years of mocking from rival fans.
The Reds have come incredibly close over the last few years and a compilation from @RLFComps showcased the heartaches before the glory.
Check out the video below.
30 years of hurt. We're back on our perch.
Liverpool FC - Champions :trophy: :red_circle: :clapper:
All likes & RT's appreciated :) pic.twitter.com/wWfNK8IF7G
- RLFComps (@RLFComps) July 12, 2020
The video begins back in 2014 with Steven Gerrard's famous slip, which gifted Chelsea's Demba Ba a goal in a crucial game for the Merseyside outfit.
It then swiftly moves on to the 3-3 against Crystal Palace, which has become known as 'Crystanbul' thanks to tears from then-striker Luis Suarez.
We then go to 2019, when a breathtaking last-ditch John Stones tackle in January doomed Liverpool to their only defeat of that season.
City captain Vincent Kompany smashed in a stunning winner in the penultimate game of the season against Leicester City, as Pep Guardiola's side won the league by one point.
European football wasn't kind to Liverpool either, with Loris Karius' performance in the 2018 Champions League final gifting Real Madrid the trophy.
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However, things would change and Liverpool now sit atop the footballing world.
The video goes on to showcase their stunning performances this season, which have seen them lose just two games.
Last season's Champions League victory is also touched on, with a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur being the club's sixth triumph.
Legendary manager Brian Clough's message of: "Good managers make good sides. There's no such thing as a side making a manager," plays as Klopp's team dismantle all opposition.
It comes to a close at Klopp's first press conference as manager back in 2015 when he predicted his side would one day be champions.
With a wry smile, the German states: "When I sit here in four years, I think we'll have won one title.
"I'm pretty sure."
Where do you think the current Liverpool side rank among the Premier League's greatest ever teams?
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Featured Image Credit: RLFComps/Twitter
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